Sunday Bloody Sunday: Start your October off with some extra GRAVY.

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Gravy posterIt’s Halloween night.  A trio of costumed misfits with very special dietary requirements seizes a Mexican cantina and forces the staff to engage in a late night of gluttony. The only caveat is what’s on the menu…and who will survive ‘til morning! This deliriously demented horror-comedy is a true feast for genre fans.  Stuffed with an outstanding ensemble cast and perfectly seasoned with laughs and scares, you’ll be sure to ask for seconds on Gravy.

GRAVY is the feature film directorial debut of James Roday (Psych) and written by Roday and Todd Harthan (Psych, Dominion) starring an an all-star ensemble cast that includes: Michael Weston(State of PlayGarden State), Jimmi Simpson(House of Cards, White House Down), Sutton Foster(Younger, Bunheads), Lily Cole(Snow White and the Huntsman), Molly Ephraim (Last Man Standing), Paul Rodriguez (Ali), Gabriel Luna (True DetectiveWicked City), Lothaire Bluteau (VikingsThe Tudor), Ethan Sandler (The Bourne SupremacyCrossing Jordan), Dule Hill(BallersPsych), with Gabourey Sidibe (EmpirePrecious) and Sarah Silverman(Wreck-It Ralph).

Gravy stillThis is a splatter fest from the very beginning. Funny and tailor made for the both the film buff and the genre lover, Gravy is great. Sutton Foster makes an unexpected horror hero and Jimmi Simpson, who never disappoints, slays as one of our psychopaths brothers. Ever funny Michael Weston makes being bad a good thing and Miss Gaboury Sidibe’s portrayal of the restaurant’s in-house security is to die for. Pun most definitely intended. Roday’s writing is witty and biting. Racist, creative and completely unapologetic, go in with an open mind and get ready to laugh and cringe. Gravy is some delicious fun in the run up to Halloween. With high value practical effects, an 80’s soundtrack, and a fondness for Kevin Bacon history, fans will be nothing but pleased with the whole package.


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The Highly-Anticipated Dark Comedy Feature Directed by James Roday


Opens in Select U.S. Cinemas on October 2nd

On-Demand October 6th


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